The marvelous thing about this mixture of nuts, seeds, coconut, and fruit is that you can definitely experience the difference in texture immediately when you pop a handful in your mouth. Soaking and sprouting all the ingredients creates a nice crunch with the probiotics coming along in tow. The green tea flavor of the matcha powder is toned down and balanced with the sweetness of the coconut sugar and maple syrup. In addition to the amino acids, a secondary benefit of adding matcha to this granola is the amount of antioxidants and the slow and subtle alertness of the caffeine matcha brings. When you add a bit of the sweetness in our fermented blueberries, It's definitely worthy of breakfast or a quick snack.
Why do I use Matcha? By using Matcha, you are ingesting the entire leaf and receive 100% of the nutrients of the leaf with 130 times more antioxidants than regularly brewed green tea. This matches the nutritional content of 10 cups of regular store bought green tea. Throw in a slightly sweet blueberry or two, and I like that this paleo and grain free snack is more for you and your family to get healthy and enjoy.